Boutique resorts have become increasingly popular in the last decade, as travelers look for properties that offer an alternative to the somewhat sterile and predictable offerings of large hotel chains.
While Turks and Caicos has become one of the most exclusive and popular vacation destinations in the Caribbean, there are few Turks and Caicos boutique resorts available on Providenciales, especially on world acclaimed Grace Bay beach.
Beach House Turks and Caicos is one of the only boutique resorts on Providenciales. With just 21 suites, the property is well regarded for offering exceptional and highly personalized service, and a variety of complimentary amenities. If you are looking for a boutique resort for your next Turks and Caicos vacation, and value is important, consider these free amenities and services offered at Beach House:
Wi-Fi property wide
$20 per adult daily breakfast credit
Dining shuttle to sister properties Alexandra Resort and Blue Haven Resort and Marina
Cooking class with the Executive Chef on Wednesday evenings at Kitchen 218
Non motorized watersports
Use of pedal bikes and helmets
Pampering pods assigned to suites on the beach
In-room coffee and tea provisions
In-room bottled drinking water
In-room H2O amenities
In addition to these amenities, an optional daily meal plan is available for purchase for $120++ per adult per day, and half price for children ages 12 and under. The meal plan includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, and select alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages by the glass at lunch and dinner. The meal plan is based on the regular menus offered at Beach Deck and Kitchen 218. There are no special “meal plan” menus or restrictions. The meal plan may be purchased prior to arrival and at check in.
Perhaps the best amenity offered at Beach House is the highly personalized and warm service offered by the entire team. Guests arrive as visitors and leave as family at this intimate property. Beach House is indeed true to its name – this Turks and Caicos boutique resort offers a real beach house experience.